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Bridgedworld consultants at Harvard Deusto Business Review

Thursday, June 23rd, 2011

The Spanish edition of the prestigious Harvard Deusto Business Review of June 2011 (# 202/2011), has published a white paper by three of our consultants on the application of tools such as Balanced Scorecard and Strategy Maps for Cluster development . The work is based on actual experience and the definition and implementation of techniques [...]

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Our article on Export Consortia published by the Spanish Federation of Natural Stone

Wednesday, October 6th, 2010

The article Spain Export Consortia written by our consultant Ignacio Prieto, appears on the natural stone online magazine PIEDRA NATURAL of the Spanish Federation of Natural Stone (FDP). The FDP gathers all the groups related to natural stone and its applications. Among them, quarry owners, producers and fabricators as well as associations of auxiliary industries.

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David Soler

Five precautions to be taken when going to participate in a network

Tuesday, December 15th, 2009

After working for some time in networks I have just learned some tips that, amazing as it seems, turn out to be quite simple and obvious and some, we already had in minds since our inception in this network. But sometimes I talk to friends and clients about some things I think are basic so [...]

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Armando Liussi

Communications and digital identity

Blog, post, twitt ... but only if you have a communications plan

Monday, November 23rd, 2009

There is a unified though between communication pros on the unique opportunity that the digital sphere gives us to spread our brand beyond territories and sectors, and within this sphere, Facebook and Twitter are holding engines hardly find others as before: the new kind of fans clubs. Building a brand club action is not only [...]

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David Soler

Orange World and Networking

Saturday, November 21st, 2009

A few months ago I got my hands on a study on “Managing People in 2020″ by PWC. The documents covered the results of a poll done by interviewing prospective employees and analyzing labor market trends. Broadly the study draws three major groups of companies and employees for the future: Blue World composed of large [...]

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Europe’s Favorite Business Cities 2009

Friday, October 30th, 2009

An annual survey conducted by Cushman & Walkefield among business leaders reveals Germany as the country holding as many as three cities followed by Spain with two, in the top 10 best business cities in Europe. The study covers the most important factors executives value the most. Easy access to markets followed by qualified staff, [...]

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Time to Invest in the US Real Estate

Monday, October 26th, 2009

Next December in Miami real estate investors and collectors of European contemporary art will meet again. The housing slump and a favorable exchange rate of 1.50 USD per Euro, prices look quite affordable now. A house on the outskirts of Miami for only $ 50,000 (33,240 euros). If you want a more exclusive area, like [...]

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Armando Liussi
High profile flu

About flu and the spread of news

Monday, September 21st, 2009

Talking about flues Nothing better than been under a flu state to start an article about it. Well, about flu and media. As a easy comparison, it´s so profitable the fact to live expatriate a couple of seasons in order to acquire foreign cultures´ knowledge -our corporate DNA claim- than analysis done from our minor [...]

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Dubai’s economy under scrutiny

Dubai's real estate prices are down almost 30% by the end of 2008 and major construction projects have been put on stand-by.

Wednesday, September 9th, 2009

Dubai’s real estate prices are down almost 30% by the end of 2008 and major construction projects have been put on stand-by.

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China will relax regulation on foreign stakes

China will gradually reduce limits on equity stake proportion in investment from overseas companies, allowing qualified foreign-invested enterprises to list in the country's stock market.

Wednesday, September 9th, 2009

China will gradually reduce limits on equity stake proportion in investment from overseas companies, allowing qualified foreign-invested enterprises to list in the country’s stock market.

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